Del Monte Electric Completes Largest Electrical Installation of Solar System for 51 Schools in Mt. Diablo Unified School District

Forecasted to reduce electric costs by $3 million per year

AeroVironment Integrates Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Technology into Electric Vehicle Charging Systems to Improve Electrical Grid Stability

Intelligent plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) charging technology controls charging rate based on grid conditions and aims to reduce electricity cost for plug-in vehicles -----Grid-friendly PEV charging solution delivers benefits to grid operators and drivers

SolarCity Announces Fourth Quarter and Full Fiscal Year 2012 Financial Results

SolarCity Announces Fourth Quarter and Full Fiscal Year 2012 Financial Results

IXYS Introduces Fast and Efficient 650V XPT™ Trench IGBTs

The 650V XPT™ IGBTs are available in the following international standard packages: TO-247, TO-264, SOT-227B, PLUS247.

IR Enhances Online IGBT Product Selector and Performance Evaluator Tool to Further Simplify Device Selection and Optimization

The enhanced online selection tool enables engineers to compare device performance to select the optimal IGBT for their design even more quickly and easily.

Walgreens Sets Goal to Build Nation's First Net Zero Energy Retail Store in Evanston, Ill.

By utilizing solar panels, wind turbines and geothermal technology, engineers anticipate the new store will produce energy equal to or greater than it consumes

Empower America Partners with SolarWorld to Foster U.S. Jobs in Renewable Energy

Partnership aims to employ U.S. veterans in building American-made solar systems

Trojan Batteries Power "City of Joy" in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Solar-powered Village Helps Women Overcome Trauma

Solectria Renewables Appoints John Lavelle as the Western Regional Account Manager

In addition to his solar experience, John has held senior sales and business development positions at Keynote Systems and Sprint Nextel Corporation.

United States Winning the Clean Energy Race

In recent years, the balance usually tips in China's favor when it comes to trade with the United States. But according to a new study there's at least one sector in which America is starting to have the upper hand: clean energy. The United States exported more clean energy products to China in 2011 than it imported, according to a report released Wednesday by the Pew Charitable Trusts, ultimately amounting to a $1.63 billion trade surplus in solar and wind power equipment among other products. About $8.5 billion worth of clean energy goods and services shuttled between the world's two largest economies in 2011, according to Pew. While that's just a sliver of the half a trillion dollars' worth of goods and services traded between China and the United States, the U.S. surplus in the clean energy sector challenges widely held views that China is becoming the world's foremost supplier.

ABC Applauds the Introduction of the Biogas Investment Tax Credit Act of 2013

WASHINGTON – The American Biogas Council (ABC) applauds the introduction of the Biogas Investment Tax Credit Act of 2013 (HR 860) by Representatives Ron Kind (D-WI) and John Lewis (D-GA) which would provide a 30 percent investment tax credit (ITC) for qualifying biogas technologies.

Daetwyler Clean Energy announces the appointment of Rich Milanese to Business Development Manager

Huntersville, NC, March, 2013: Daetwyler Clean Energy (DCE) announces the appointment of Rich Milanese to the position of Business Development Manager.

Multiple Companies Donate Renewable Energy System Components To Assist In Installer Training

MREA Receives multiple donations over the years and now has the components to perform two solar installs via their Advanced PV Installer courses.

ESA Renewables Commissions City of Orlando Rooftop Solar Installation

Collaboration opens the door to green business opportunities, sustainable energy generation and job creation in Orlando, Florida.

BIJ, finergia and meeco sign MoU on Japanese market

Swiss group to enter in a 30 MW JV with Italian finergia and Japanese BIJ

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